As you have noticed, there is a reason that Lloyd has no stock 100" motors with VM1 cam graphs. In my personal opinion that is just way too much cam for such a mild motor.
Here is a graph that demonstrates:
The red lines is a 100" Kingpin that we built. 10.2 compression, stock air box, stg3 cams, pc3, STG1 slip-ons. A very basic bike. All the components are Victory, except the power Commander.
The blue lines is another 100" bike. Stock motor except VM1 cams, S&S air box, RPW 2-1 pipe and a VFC. Sounds like a killer combination right? Not so much unless you spin that motor up. The VM1 is too big and KILLS the low-end. Note the 30tq difference between the two bikes at 2800 rpms.
If you ride like a banshee, Saturday night, with your sport bike buddies, then yes, the VM1 cams might be alright. Most guys hate the low-end loss thoughÖ..
The Vic Shop, Inc